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Conventions Used in this Document
- Bold Text is used for the names of menu items, shortcuts, buttons, radio buttons, edit boxes, check boxes and
- Text in Italics is used for the names of windows, dialog boxes, panels, tabs and other elements of the program
Such text formatting is used for the names of programs, files, folders and web links.
It is also used for chapter and section references, and to introduce important remarks.
- For menu items, the ">" symbol is used. A record File > Open is equivalent to "the Open item
under the File menu".
- A shortcut (shortkey) is one or several keys that are pressed together. Cmd-S means you should hold
down the Command key while pressing the S key, then release them.
- Ctrl-click is a click holding the Ctrl key down. Right-click is a click by the right button of a two-button
mouse. Both actions are equivalent.
- Context (contextual or shortcut) menu is a pop-up menu that contains options that vary depending on the
object (image, text, etc.) you have clicked on. To open the context menu, right-click or Ctrl-click on the